For areas near the brain surface (<150 µm depth) use the Snap-in Imaging Cannula Model S. Snap-in Imaging Cannulas are compatible with all Fluorescence Microscope Bodies of the corresponding model.
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The Snap-in Imaging Cannula Model S looks inside brain tissue with an objective lens that brings the image from inside the first 150 µm of the brain to the microscope camera.
Note: One Protrusion Adjustment Ring Model S is included with each Snapin Imaging Cannula Model S. If more rings are needed, a set can be purchased separately (PARS_S).
The Basic Snap-in Fluorescence Microscope Body is offered in two models: S or L. Both models have the dichroic beam-splitter, M3 optical connector, CMOS sensor etc. Each CMOS has a serial number stored within its cable that points to a specific set of mask correction filters recognizable to our software package.
The Optogenetically Synchronized Fluorescence Microscope or OSFM, combines fluorescence imaging and optogenetic stimulation/inhibition capabilities within the miniature fluorescence microscope.
As the point of observation can be anywhere within the brain, a set of protrusion adjustment rings of different heights is available.
The 2-color fluorescence microscope body combines two CMOS sensors for simultaneous imaging of two different fluorophores.